Uniface is a framework for the development and operation of company-wide applications.
Uniface applications are database- and platform-independent. Unifacetherefore provides an integration framework that enables Uniface applications to integrate with all major DBMS products as well as with a wide range of other technologies, such as mainframe-based products (CICS, IMS), web services, SMTP and POP email, LDAP directories, .NET, ActiveX, Component Object Model (COM), C and C++ programs and Java. Uniface operates under Microsoft Windows, Windows Mobile, various flavours of Unix and Linux, IBM iSeries/AS400, z/OS und VMS.
Uniface can be used in complex systems that manage critical company data and support vital business processes such as web-based online shopping, financial transactions, salary administration and inventory control. It is currently used by thousands of firms in more than 30 countries, with an effective installed base of several million users. Uniface applications range from client/server to web and from data entry to workflow. Also included are portals that are accessed locally, via intranets and the internet.
Originally developed in the Netherlands by Inside Automation, later Uniface B.V., the product and company were acquired by Detroit-based Compuware Corp in 1994, and in 2014 was acquired by Marlin Equity Partners and is now an independent company. Uniface B.V. global headquarters are based in Amsterdam.
Object-oriented, modern, high performance, platform-independent, clear syntax and open source – just a few of the benefits of Python
Python is a programming language which was developed as an open source project by renowned mathematician Guido van Rossum.
Python’s capabilities are as enormous as its syntax is clear. The language is object-oriented and offers modules, classes, exceptions, dynamic data types and flexible automatic type assignment at a very high level. Python was designed purposefully to be as simple and clearly arranged as possible, and is therefore suitable even for beginner programmers. For more experienced programmers, Python represents the best combination of technical brilliance and high suitability for everyday operations of all the currently available programming languages.
Python is a multi-paradigm language. That means that programmers are not obliged to make use of one programming paradigm exclusively, but may rather select the paradigm that is best suited for a given task. Object-oriented and structured programming are fully supported, and there are also a number of language features that support functional and aspect-oriented programming. Python is equipped with powerful function libraries for an exhaustive range of tasks and is compatible with all current operating systems and platforms.
On the basis of its versatility, platform-independence and high performance, Python version 3 is deployed by labsolution in a wide variety of tasks and roles.